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1 This project and its actions were made possible due to co-financing by the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals Plant and animal cells Instructions for activities Subject:Science Age groups:11-14, Topic:Cell structure and function EAL Nexus resource Licence information | This resource is free to use for educational purposes. © British Council 2014 Source | This resource was originally developed by Alison Fisher and has been adapted by EAL Nexus.

2 Plant and animal cells: card sort games  First match the six diagram cards to the pink vocabulary cards  Then match the green functions cards  Practise the language as you go. You’ll need it later. Now you can play pairs:  Round 1: use the diagrams (grey cards) and the pink vocabulary cards. To win the pair you have to make a correct sentence.  Round 2: use the pink vocabulary cards and the green functions cards. Again make a correct sentence to win the pair. Why not try making the sentence without looking at the cards!

3 These are chloroplasts. Plant cells have them but animal cells don’t. This is the nucleus. Both plant and animal cells have one. Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll which is green. They make photosynthesis happen. The cell membrane is like a bag and controls what can get into and out of the cell controls

4 Plant and animal cells barrier game  First, get into pairs and make a barrier between you  One of you has sheet A, the other sheet B. Don’t show each other!  Your sheet has information missing. You’ll have a short time to fill in what you can on your own.  Your partner has the information you need. Ask her/him to get/check the information. Use questions like the ones on the next slide.  Mark each other’s work. One point for a correct name, two points for a correct sentence

5 What is the role of the nucleus in the cell? What is the name of the jelly in the cell? What part of the cell controls what happens in the cell ? What is the function of the nucleus? What part of the animal cell….?

6 This controls what happens inside the cell. It also contains genetic information (DNA). cytoplasm This is like a bag and controls what can get into and out of the cell. chloroplasts animal cell plant cell

7 nucleus This is a jelly that gives the cell its shape. It is also where chemical reactions take place. cell membrane These contain chlorophyll which is green. They make photosynthesis happen. animal cell plant cell

8 animal cell plant cell nucleus chloroplasts cell membrane vacuole cytoplasm cell wall

9 nucleusThis controls what happens inside the cell. It also contains DNA. cytoplasmThis is a jelly that gives the cell its shape. cell membrane This is like a bag and controls what can get into and out of the cell. chloroplastsThese contain chlorophyll and make photosynthesis happen vacuoleThis helps the cell keep a firm shape. It contains a liquid called cell sap. cell wallThis supports the cell and makes it strong.


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